CFL Power Rankings Week 11

How do the teams stack up this week?
Source: Thestar.com

1) Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Even with Quarterback Matt Nichols sidelined with injury it is hard to put anybody over the Bombers at this moment. With an all-around solid team and Running Back Andrew Harris leading the way, the Bombers are still a top team.

2) Edmonton Eskimos

Trevor Harris and the Eskimos offense continues to roll and the defense is not bad either. We could see the Grey Cup return to Edmonton at years end.

3) Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Even without their starting Quarterback the Ti-Cats continue to get it done behind what looks to be the best defense in the CFL at this moment.

4) Montreal Alouettes

Who saw this coming a few weeks ago? If Vernon Adams Jr. can stay healthy the Alouettes will make the playoffs!

5) Saskatchewan Roughriders

Cody FajardoShaq Evans and Kyran Moore have turned the Riders into the number two offense in the CFL and they are only going to get better and when all is said and done. Don’t be surprised if they are a tough out in the playoffs.

6) Calgary Stampeders

When was the last time the Stamps were rated this low? Quarterback Nick Arbuckle played well but the Alouettes beat the Stamps on a miracle finish. With all that being said, these are still the Stampeders and they will rebound strong.

7) Ottawa Redblacks

The inconsistent Redblacks of the past seem to be gone! Losing 6 of your last 7 just makes you a bad Football team.

8) Toronto Argonauts

The Argos are improving behind Quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson who has thrown five touchdowns and no interceptions his last two games. The Argos are showing some fight and are a dangerous team to play right now.

9) BC Lions

Sure they got Mike Reilly in the offseason, but they forgot to get an offensive line to put in front of him and he was sacked 7 times last week. Toss in 6 turnovers and you have a mess in BC.

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